Daily Archives: 11 May 2008

Brown Sugar Astronomy

In the ancient days of astronomy, before space probes, we had a notion that asteroids were solid and craggy chunks of rock. Like what you find in a quarry, only the size of a mountain, a city, or a small … Continue reading

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Earth’s Little Dance Partner

Be glad for this little dance step, too. This rock is half the size of the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs. Cruithne, discovered in 1986, is a small solar system body. It would fill the space between my house … Continue reading

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We come to the end of our examination of Holy Communion and the Worship of the Eucharist Outside Mass. It’s an overlooked rite, relatively speaking, for the common practice of distributing Communion outside of Mass, not to mention Eucharistic worship. … Continue reading

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